Package, Position, Profit: How to Build a Legal Practice the 21st Century Wants to Buy

This book has been written to show you how to package and position your firm in a way that will allow you to profit from your efforts.

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Details

  • Publication date: April, 2017
  • Pages: 150
  • ISBN: 978-1-78358-282-2

Description

The legal market is changing rapidly. But much of law firms’ marketing activity is based on what the firm is today, rather than what it needs to be tomorrow. The activity centres on ‘quick wins’ rather than addressing how the firm will need to be packaged, positioned, and perceived in the future in order to attract new purchases and the type of client it really wants.

This book has been written to show you how to package and position your firm in a way that will allow you to profit from your efforts. We’ll cut through some of the marketing-speak that all-too-often either prevents or puts lawyers off getting to the heart of building a viable, relevant marketing strategy. We’ll also look at some practical examples of how best to design the right strategy for your firm and, most importantly, how you can implement those ideas easily so that they start delivering commercial success.

If you are to pilot your firm, practice, or department through the next phase of the legal industry’s development, you need to be cannier in the way you take it to market. The good news is that if you get the packaging, positioning, and promotion right, you are well on the way to winning the work you want at the fee level you want, and that simply has to be the most direct route to profitable growth.

 

Contents

About the author

Executive summary

Chapter 1: An introduction to today

Chapter 2: First steps towards building a law firm 21st-century clients want to buy

Chapter 3: Defining your proposition

Chapter 4: How to use your client value proposition

Chapter 5: How to position your firm

Chapter 6: Examples of packaging and positioning in today’s legal market

Chapter 7: How to price your services

Epilogue: Is there actually a fifth ‘P’?

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Authors

Douglas McPherson
Douglas McPherson Douglas McPherson has worked with professional services firms for over 20 years, first as head of sales and marketing for Intellectual Property Publishing, then as the commercial director of Lloyds of London’s Marine Intelligence Unit. Doug is now a director of Size 10½ Boots, a business development agency that works solely with professional services firms.   Size 10½ Boots works with law firms, patent and trade mark attorneys, chambers, and accountancy practices all over the UK. They deliver professional services in sales and marketing skills, strategic marketing advice, and tactical support, including training and personal coaching for professionals at all levels.